Ob

23.8 ±3.8 (X±SD)

F: RMR = 11.5 wt (kg) + 542.2

M, male; F, female; NS, not specific; NW, normal weight; OW, overweight; OB, obesity; X, mean; SD, standard deviation; BSA, body surface area; wt, weight; ht, height; BMR, basal metabolic rate; RMR, resting metabolic rate; REE, resting energy expenditure; FFM, fat-free mass; FFM 4C, fat-free mass via the four-compartment body composition model; FM, fat mass.

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